n. person who dramatize his feelings or emotions

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • emoter — noun see emote …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • emoter — See emote. * * * …   Universalium

  • emoter — noun One who emotes …   Wiktionary

  • emoter — emot·er …   English syllables

  • emoter — d.ə(r), tə noun ( s) : one that emotes * * * emōˈter noun • • • Main Entry: ↑emotion …   Useful english dictionary

  • emote — emoter, n. /i moht /, v.i., emoted, emoting. 1. to show or pretend emotion: to emote over the beauties of nature. 2. to portray emotion in acting, esp. exaggeratedly or ineptly; behave theatrically: The actress emoted for all she was worth. [1915 …   Universalium

  • emote — intransitive verb (emoted; emoting) Etymology: back formation from emotion Date: 1917 to give expression to emotion especially in acting • emoter noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Cyborg — For other uses, see Cyborg (disambiguation). Part of the series on Cyborgs Cyborgology Bionics / Biomimicry Biomedical engineering Brain computer interface Cybernetics Distributed cognition Genetic engineering Human ecosystem Human enhanceme …   Wikipedia

  • emote — [ɪ məʊt] verb portray emotion theatrically. Derivatives emoter noun Origin early 20th cent.: back form. from emotion …   English new terms dictionary

  • emote — v.intr. colloq. show excessive emotion. Derivatives: emoter n. Etymology: back form. f. EMOTION …   Useful english dictionary

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